220Re: [NTS] Re: Registry Browser (Notetab+Perl)
- May 14, 2003Hi Alan,
At 01:32 AM 5/14/03 -0700, you wrote:
>I'm all excited! I just got Win32::TieRegistry to work!
>I found more about itIf by that you mean read a value using Perl instead on Notetab's ^$GetRegValue$, I was able to do it in my script (that doesn't use $Registry) using
>clicked on "specifying constants in your perl code" (code sample below came from there)
>the single / works and everything!
>But I still don't know how to READ :-(
($valueString,$valuetype) = $key->GetValue("$valname");
Unfortunately, the clip won't resume after perl if I use print $valueString and its the wrong type of data, e.g., $valuetype 3 seems to be Binary.
>The next creates a few new keys (i then examined them with regedit and then used regedit to delete them) was harmless on my win 2k.LOL! I should run it after such a warning? <G>
>Be forwarned: to create the wrong type key in the wrong place in the registry can spell disaster!
Well, maybe later.
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